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What are they called
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gg    Posted 09-13-2001 at 16:35:31       [Reply]  [No Email]
Those little black like grape things that grow wild in the woods. And if you could buy them how much would they cost. Thanks very much!

Alvin NE WI    Posted 09-15-2001 at 20:04:42       [Reply]  [No Email]
Up here they are called Wild grapes, at least from what I read here. The grapes got a size of about a pea right?? Just clipped a bunch for some Jam the Mrs. ccooked up.

Nathan(GA)    Posted 09-13-2001 at 19:14:47       [Reply]  [No Email]
Are you talking about a bullis(sp?)? That's what the ones that grow on a vine like a scuppernong(scupplin) are called around here. I guess they are muscadines?

Nathan(GA)    Posted 09-13-2001 at 19:35:39       [Reply]  [No Email]
I just checked the market bulletin and most muscadine/scuppernong are $4-$5 per gallon.

My aunt has a large scuppernong vine from which she gives away. The black bullis are free all over the woods.

Where you located?

GG    Posted 09-14-2001 at 06:27:10       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Nathan(Ga) Im located in S.C. Thanks to all for the replies! If anyone has any good recipes for jelly or the wine please e-mail them to me. Thanks again to all.

Burrhead    Posted 09-13-2001 at 19:23:48       [Reply]  [No Email]
Yeah they call um muscadine or possum grapes around here.

They do make good wine and jelly.

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